CN101946532B - Utilizing mobile device functionality from remote computers - Google Patents

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CN101946532B
CN101946532B CN200880126875.9A CN200880126875A CN101946532B CN 101946532 B CN101946532 B CN 101946532B CN 200880126875 A CN200880126875 A CN 200880126875A CN 101946532 B CN101946532 B CN 101946532B
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Abstract

Various technologies and techniques are disclosed for utilizing mobile device information and functionality from separate computing devices. A synchronization operation is performed to update a data store with communication information from a mobile device. The synchronization operation is performed wirelessly with the mobile device. A user of a separate computing device can access the communication information stored in the data store separately from the mobile device. The user of the separate computing device can remotely initiate operations on the mobile device from the separate computing device. For example, the user can initiate the sending of text messages through the mobile device from the separate computing device. As another example, the user can initiate the placing of a telephone call through the mobile device from the separate computing device.

Description

Mobile device functionality is utilized from remote computer

Background

In current technological world, people during the journey can use various mobile device.Some examples of mobile device comprise (only giving some instances) personal digital assistant (PDA), radio telephone, PDA phone, laptop computer, mobile unit and embedded device.Some mobile devices are used to carry out call, access personal information, send text message and Email and sometimes even for being remotely connected to corporate networks application program.Many mobile devices have the wireless capability enabling people send message in advancing.Such as, SMS text message and/or Email can send from many cell phones and PDA phone.

In the ever-increasing situation of social mobility, these mobile devices are just becoming and are being used for more and more continually replacing the function that used to provide in office environment.Such as, first incoming call will be routed to the Work Telephone of a people by some telephone system, is then routed to mobile phone of a people etc. until navigate to this people.In some cases, mobile phone is the unique phone that a people regularly uses.

In addition, the data relevant to the information be stored in other system can be input in mobile device by people.Such as, if reservation is input in mobile device by user, unless then initiated simultaneous operation, otherwise these data can not be added to the work calendar of this user automatically.Together with typical simultaneous operation requirement mobile device is fastened with USB or other cables, or close to performing synchronous computer to make it possible to set up wireless connections.

When user forget perform this synchronous time, or when user is for a certain reason away from mobile device, there is the valuable communication information and mobile device specific features that user cannot access and/or utilize.

General introduction

Disclose the various techniques and methods for utilizing mobile device information and function from standalone computing device.Perform simultaneous operation to carry out more new data storage by the communication information from mobile device.This simultaneous operation mobile device wirelessly performs.The user of standalone computing device can with mobile device access dividually be stored in data store in the communication information.The user of standalone computing device can from the long-range initiation of this standalone computing device to the operation of mobile device.

In one implementation, a kind of method for initiating to be sent from standalone computing device by mobile device text message is described.Receive the message details about text message.Message details is inputted by the user of standalone computing device.Text message is placed in server side outbox.By the wireless connections of mobile device, text message is synchronized to the outbox of this mobile device downwards, makes text message be sent by this mobile device thus.

In a further implementation, describe a kind of for using standalone computing device to be initiated through the method for the remote dial of mobile device.Receive since user's input of standalone computing device is to identify the telephone number will called out by mobile device.Connect with mobile device and initiate dialing procedure on the mobile device to call out third party.Safeguard the connection with mobile device and standalone computing device simultaneously.One or more packet is received for being sent to standalone computing device from mobile device.Packet from mobile device comprises third-party speech.One or more packet is sent for being sent to third party to mobile device.The packet of mobile device is sent to comprise the speech of the user of standalone computing device.Continue to transmit these packets back and forth until calling stops.

There is provided this general introduction to introduce some concepts that will further describe in the following detailed description in simplified form.This general introduction is not intended to the key feature or the essential feature that identify theme required for protection, is not intended to the scope for helping to determine theme required for protection yet.

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Fig. 1 is the diagram of the mobile device communication system that realizes.

Fig. 2 is the process chart realized that each stage involved when using mobile device specific features from other computing equipments is shown.

Fig. 3 is the process chart realized that each stage involved when enabling user create from standalone computing device and to reply to the SMS/MMS message of specific mobile device is shown.

Fig. 4 illustrates SMS/MMS message to be synchronized to the process chart that realize of mobile device for each stage involved when sending downwards at server.

Fig. 5 illustrates by the process chart that realize of the data on server with each stage involved during the SMS/MMS message synchronization to receive on the mobile apparatus.

Fig. 6 be illustrate by the incoming call history on mobile device and/or missed call history and server sync to make user can access these data in the position separated with mobile device time involved each stage a process chart realized.

Fig. 7 is the process chart realized that each stage involved when enabling user access call history and/or the missed call of mobile device from standalone computing device is shown.

Fig. 8 is the process chart realized that each stage involved when enabling user be initiated through the call of mobile device route from computing equipment is shown.

Fig. 9 illustrates the simulated screen realized of checking mobile device information from standalone computing device.

Figure 10 illustrates from standalone computing device to initiate the simulated screen that realizes to one of the establishment of the SMS message of mobile device and transmission.

Figure 11 illustrates from standalone computing device to check that the missed call of mobile device also optionally initiates a simulated screen realized of callback.

Figure 12 illustrates from standalone computing device to initiate to dial from mobile device and by a simulated screen realized of the calling of mobile device route.

Figure 13 illustrates in the whatsoever program that working user to show warning with simulated screen indicate new information to arrive a realization of mobile phone to this user.

Figure 14 is the diagram of the computer system that realizes.

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Techniques and methods herein can be described to allow utilize from standalone computing device and/or access the application program of mobile device functionality and/or information in general context, but these techniques and methods are also the service of other objects except these objects.In one implementation, one or more in technology described herein can be implemented as such as MICROSOFT feature in the synchronization programs such as AirSync, this synchronization program is from such as MICROSOFT outlook Web Access (OWA) or MICROSOFT officeOUTLOOK deng communication and information management program or from execution and the synchronous of mobile device or the program of any other type or the service that otherwise use the information from mobile device.

In one implementation, partly or entirely can be used for enabling user wirelessly access the function of mobile device from stand-alone computer in these technology herein.As a non-limiting example, user can use stand-alone computer to check or respond Short Message Service (SMS) message of mobile device.As another non-limiting example, user can use stand-alone computer wirelessly to access the missed call history of mobile device and/or total call history.As another non-limiting example, even if when mobile device is physically located in away from another country of user or place, user also can be initiated through from stand-alone computer the calling that mobile device wirelessly sends.The techniques and methods enabling these features describes in more detail in Fig. 1-12.

Fig. 1 is the diagram of the mobile device communication system 100 that realizes.In one implementation, mobile device communication system 100 makes mobile device 108 standalone computing device can taken on to such as computing equipment 102 and server 106 etc. show the communication server of numerous feature.Computing equipment 102 and server 106 pass through wired or wireless butt coupling to network 104.Network 104 can be the one in various types of network, such as the wired or wireless network of internet, wide area network (WAN), local area network (LAN) (LAN) or various other types.Mobile device 108 is wirelessly coupled to cellular network 110.Cellular network 110 to be responsible for mobile device pass-along message and from the network of mobile device receipt message.But cellular network 110 can comprise wireless and wired component.Such as, cellular network 110 can comprise the cell tower being linked to wired telephone network.Usually, the carrying of this cell tower is to and from the communication of mobile device.

Gateway 111 is responsible for route messages between cellular network 110 and network 104.Such as, server 106 sends the data being addressed to mobile device 108 by gateway 111.Gateway 111 is provided for means message being sent to cellular network 110 from network 104.On the contrary, the user with the mobile device being connected to cellular network 110 can access the Internet.Gateway 111 allows between cellular network 110 and network 104, transmit HTTP and other message.

In one implementation, server 106 is responsible for performing the simultaneous operation synchronously storing the change made between 107 at mobile device 108 and data, and data store 107 and are stored in server 106 or on other computing equipments a certain of separating with mobile device 108.In one implementation, simultaneous operation is two-way, this means that change is put synchronous in the two directions sometime.In bi-directional synchronization situation, when the data on mobile device occur to change, putting more new data storage 107 to have the information upgraded sometime.Similarly, when the data of computing equipment 102 change from generation during computing equipment 102 (or server 106) access mobile device functionality user, so data storage 107 is synchronous with mobile device 108 to make mobile device 108 comprise the information upgraded.

In one implementation, data store 107 can comprise Short Message Service (SMS) text message, comprise multimedia information service (MMS) message of text message and/or one or more multimedia object (such as photo), missed call history, total call history, speech message, email message, calendar, contact person, task and/or the eurypalynous information of crowd that provides from mobile device 108 and/or other sources.This synchronously wirelessly performs with mobile device, but server 106 can have wired or wireless connection, as mentioned above.Have to network 104 wireless connections be mobile device, therefore this fact is all referred to quoting of the radio communication with mobile device herein, instead of refers to whether computing equipment 102 or server 106 have and be connected with the wired or wireless of network 104.

In one implementation, simultaneous operation is periodically initiated by server 106, such as on the basis of the scheduling of such as specifying in the arranging of a certain user-defined or keeper definition.In a further implementation, this simultaneous operation is initiated from during the feature of computing equipment 102 remote activation mobile device 108 user by server 106.Alternatively or additionally, this simultaneous operation can be initiated from the request of the information of mobile device 108 access based on computing equipment 102 by server 106.In another realization, this simultaneous operation is periodically initiated by mobile device 108, during information-change such as on this mobile device 108.These synchronization scenario this be in Fig. 2-13 and describe in more detail.

User can utilize such as standalone computing device such as computing equipment 102 grade to visit to be stored in data to store the information from mobile device 108 and/or other positions in 107.Such as, user-accessible in the list away from the calling missed on the mobile device during mobile device, as described in Figure 7.In this case, computing equipment 102 will have with server 106 or directly store 107 with data and carry out communicating and retrieve from the synchronous information of mobile device to store 107 from data, as described in Figure 6.Display on computing equipment 102 also can comprise the information from such as other positions such as Work Telephone, office electronic mail from the application program of the information of mobile device.In this example, this application program can be assemble information and message from multiple positions, comprises from the wirelessly unified message transmitting-receiving of synchrodata of one or more mobile device or communication system.

Other features numerous of mobile device 108 also can be visited by computing equipment 102 and/or be initiated, such as to the establishment of SMS and/or MMS message and/or the response that are directed to mobile device.As will be described in more detail in the process of Fig. 3-5, SMS message and/or MMS message can be initiated from computing equipment 102, but are sent (even if also like this when mobile device 108 is in the position separated with computing equipment 102) by mobile device 108.As described in more detail in fig. 8, call can be initiated from computing equipment 102 and then be dialed by mobile device 108, even if mobile device 108 is separated with computing equipment 102.

Other examples and details by provide in the following figures to illustrate mobile device 108 can how to take on provide to the remote access communication server of special characteristic and/or mobile device 108 can how with server 106 wirelessly synchrodata to access from other computing equipments one or more (such as computing equipment 102).

Turning to Fig. 2-8 now, describing each stage of the one or more realizations for realizing mobile device communication system 100 in more detail.In some implementations, the process of Fig. 2-8 realizes at least in part in the operation logic of computing equipment 500 (Figure 14).

Fig. 2 is handling process Figure 200 realized that each stage involved when using mobile device specific features from other computing equipments is shown.This mobile device can use (stage 202) as usual by user.When specific communications information changes on the mobile apparatus, server by network by the data on this mobile device (108 in Fig. 1) synchronous with remote data storage (107 in Fig. 1) (stage 204).Some non-limiting example obtaining synchronous various types of communication informations comprises SMS message, MMS message, missed call history and/or full call history.As mentioned above, simultaneous operation can be gone in response to asking a period of time of new data afterwards by server, based on the request that server when wanting the function started from standalone computing device mobile device user is made, based on the request sent from mobile device because data change, and/or initiate based on the request of the current information of accessing mobile device of wanting sent from computing equipment.

User can use other computing equipments to visit storage mobile device data on the server (stage 206) by network.In other words, based on the request from the client applications on computing equipment, the display that server can be used to store from data responds from the data of the nearest information of mobile device.Checking by enabling user and access the information being comprised in now (as copy) in remote data storage from mobile device, even there is communication activity on the mobile device away from also following up during mobile device in user.Alternatively or additionally, user by network from the one or more mobile device specific features of other computing equipment remote activations (stage 208).On mobile device a non-limiting example of the remote activation of feature comprise from computing equipment initiate on the computing device to establishment and/or the response of SMS/MMS message.Another non-limiting example comprises to be initiated then from mobile device route and the call of dialing from computing equipment.These various situations will describe in more detail now in following process and simulated screen.

Fig. 3 is the process chart 230 realized that each stage involved when enabling user create from standalone computing device and to reply to SMS and/or the MMS message of specific mobile device is shown.Receive from the user of computing equipment and create or reply the selection (stage 232) sending to SMS and/or the MMS message of mobile device.User to computing equipment shows one or more list of writing to allow this user to create new information or to respond existing message (stage 234).The input (stage 236) of filling in one or more relevant field write on list is received, the telephone number of other equipment that such as SMS message is directed to and Message-text from user.In other words, use and the distinct computer of mobile device, user can key in after a while using as SMS text message and/or MMS Multimedia Message directly from the message that mobile device sends.Write in list once user completes information to be input to, receive to send from the user of computing equipment and select (stage 238).SMS and/or MMS message is placed on server side outbox to point out thus synchronous with mobile device (stage 240), this will describe in the diagram in more detail.

Fig. 4 illustrates SMS message and/or MMS message to be synchronized to the process chart 260 that realize of mobile device for each stage involved when sending downwards at server.SMS message and/or MMS message are synchronized to the corresponding outbox (stage 262) on mobile device downwards by this server.The change of the outbox state in the outbox of this mobile device makes this mobile device send SMS and/or MMS message (stage 264), just as user directly keys in message on the device.Then by transmitted message, from the corresponding Sent Items folder mobile device, to move on this mobile device corresponding has sent project folder and optionally moved to server.In other words, can perform immediately after sending state that project or alternative document press from both sides and having changed with the synchronous of server, or perform in the moment arranged after a while.The final result of process described by Fig. 3 and 4 is that user can use standalone computing device to write to the SMS message of target receiver and/or MMS message, but this message is actually and is sent to target receiver from mobile device itself.

Turn to Fig. 5 now, show be illustrated in by the data on server with to receive on the mobile apparatus import SMS message and/or MMS message synchronization into time involved each stage a process chart realized 290.Mobile device receives from third party and one or morely imports SMS message and/or MMS message (stage 292) into.This SMS message and/or MMS message are added to the corresponding inbox of mobile device to point out thus and server sync (stage 294).After synchronization, the data this SMS message and/or MMS message being saved in server store (stage 296).Client applications on computing equipment optionally shows the warning (stage 298) of new SMS message and/or MMS message.

Fig. 6 be illustrate by the incoming call history on mobile device and/or missed call history and server sync to make user can access these data in the position separated with mobile device time involved each stage a process chart realized 310.Mobile device receives incoming call (stage 312).By this call record to total call history, and if do not reply this calling on the mobile apparatus, then by this call record to list of missed calls (stage 314).Store in the data of server and preserve and/or upgrade call history list and/or list of missed calls (stage 316).Client applications on computing equipment optionally shows the warning (stage 318) of the change of the state of announce call history and/or list of missed calls.The example of displayable warning is shown in Figure 13.

Fig. 7 is the process chart 340 realized that each stage involved when enabling user access call history and/or the missed call of mobile device from standalone computing device is shown.Call history access mobile device and/or the selection (stage 342) of missed call is received from the user of computing equipment.If these data are not yet synchronous recently, then server is optionally connected to mobile device retrieve call history and/or missed call and to be saved in data storage (stage 344) of server.The call history that may have access in the data storage being stored in server can show the call history and/or missed call (stage 346) of asking to user to make the client applications on computing equipment.In one implementation, the user of computing equipment can to select in client applications the telephone number in shown mobile device call list or contact person and make a call (stage 348) from this client applications.In this case, calling or can be opened telephonic computer and/or initiate itself by the long-range initiation from computing equipment from this mobile device from the phone different from this mobile device.Check mobile device call history from standalone computing device and call history, optionally select the example of the number that will dial shown in Figure 11.

Fig. 8 is the process chart 370 realized that each stage involved when enabling user be initiated through the call of mobile device route from computing equipment is shown.This feature can allow even to be called out from the user being positioned at the position (even overseas) separated with mobile device by this mobile device.In other words, the one of feature described in this accompanying drawing may purposes be travel abroad when being stayed in by his/her mobile phone for user and carry out international call from this phone.This can be avoided international long-distance telephone expense, but allows user to carry out dialing from his/her mobile device and having the calling of the caller ID of his/her mobile device.

At first, access is received for carrying out the selection (stage 372) of the remote dial feature of the calling mobile device from standalone computing device from the user of computing equipment.Receive the input of telephone number and/or the people that will call out from the selection of this user, and this user of instruction received from this user gets out the selection (stage 374) initiating this calling.Such as, user can key in or select a number or people, and then clicks or otherwise select dialing option.Then server is connected to mobile device, and telephone number or other necessary informations are sent to this mobile device, and makes this mobile device initiate dialing (stage 376).Server safeguards the connection (stage 378) with mobile device and computing equipment simultaneously.Receive one or more packet from mobile device and these packets are sent to computing equipment and can hear from third-party response (stage 380) to make the user of this computing equipment.This greeting normally when this people's answerphone, such as " hello " or " I is John ".Packet can be caught on the mobile apparatus or be connected by open communication by server and catch.

In one or more data packets the speech of the user from computing equipment is sent to mobile device with the communication (stage 382) making third party can hear the user from this computing equipment.These packets can create on the server or catch on the computing device and be sent to server by communication connection.Be appreciated that be not intended to pass on required order in the sequence of packet that sends and receive.Such as, in some cases, one or more packets first can, from the user of computing equipment instead of third party, such as not said any third party after answering call, and the user of computing equipment is by saying that " hello, has people " responds.

When calling out well afoot (decision-point 384), repeat each stage when server maintenance connects (stage 378) and exchange the packet (stage 380 and 382) on both sides.Once calling stops (decision-point 384), so this process just terminates (stage 386).The remote call-in of Fig. 8 is initiated process and is described in more detail in fig. 12.

Turn to Fig. 9-12 now, show the simulated screen illustrated for the exemplary user interface from standalone computing device access mobile device information and/or feature.These screens can show to user on output equipment 511 (Figure 14).In addition, these screens can from the input of input equipment 512 (Figure 14) reception from user.

Fig. 9 illustrates the simulated screen 400 realized of checking mobile device information from standalone computing device.Show the telephone number 402 corresponding to data of mobile device and other messaging information about this mobile device.Such as, display SMS inbox 404, SMS have sent project, call history and missed call file.Because have selected SMS inbox 404, so show the message 406 in the inbox 404 of this mobile device in greater detail.In the example shown, the details of the content 408 of selected message is also shown for consulting fast.The user of computing equipment can check SMS message and/or other mobile device communication information in more detail, and optionally action is taked to these message, such as by selecting create the new SMS message option 410 of new SMS message or reply the reply option 412 of selected SMS message.These features discuss in more detail in Fig. 10.

Figure 10 illustrates from standalone computing device to initiate the simulated screen 420 that realizes to one of the establishment of the SMS message of mobile device and transmission.When user selects new SMS message option as shown in Figure 9 or replys option, the screen being similar to Figure 10 can be shown.User can fill in the details that Ying Xiangqi sends the mobile device of this specific SMS message.Such as, " addressee: " field 422, " sender: " field 424 and message text 426 can input by user or by program.Such as, " addressee: " field 422 manually can be inputted by user, or selects from the contacts list of user and then added by program." sender: " field 424 to arrange according to the mobile telephone account of user by program and fills in, or is manually inputted by the user of the proper authorization with the number using this mobile device.User wants the message sent can input in message text 426.Once be ready to send message, user just can select delivery option 428, and starts the process of the outbox for message being sent to mobile device downwards described in Fig. 4.

Figure 11 illustrates from standalone computing device to check that the missed call of mobile device also optionally initiates a simulated screen 440 realized of callback.In this example, user have selected missed call file 442, checks the list of missed calls 444 from specific mobile device.Also can show the additional detail 446 about current selected missed call, and/or about this calling additional information may by or in not being included in from mobile device list of missed calls.In example in fig. 11, show from corresponding to the additional contacts details not connecing and pull the contact person record of the people of its calling.Also can be missed call and/or call history and correlative detail and the additional options such as this people of such as callback are provided.In the example depicted in fig. 11, two options for calling out this people are shown.A shown option 448 is for using the phone (such as ip voice phone) being coupled to this current computing device (except mobile device) to make a call from current computing device.Another shown option 450 is for using current computing device to make a call as starting point from mobile device.A rear process describes in detail in fig. 8.

Similarly, Figure 12 illustrates from standalone computing device to initiate to dial from mobile device and by a simulated screen 460 realized of the calling of its route.In this example, the contact details record corresponding to selected contact is shown.One in the telephone number of this contact person can be selected, the home phone number 468 of all as directed mothers.The number dialed also can be input automatically to the number field 462 that will dial.If user wants cancellation to call out, then optionally select the option 466 that disappears.Once input or otherwise have selected telephone number, the dialing option 464 being started calling by mobile phone just can be started.Be used for processing calling after the process for the grouping of translation data between mobile device and computing equipment described in detail in Fig. 8.

Figure 13 illustrates in the whatsoever program that working user to show warning with the simulated screen 480 indicate new information to arrive a realization of mobile phone to this user.In the example shown, alert message 482 indicates new SMS message to arrive mobile phone.In one implementation, user can select alert message 482 and directly be taken to the server side inbox of the copy with new information.In a further implementation, user manual unlocking can allow the single program of access services device side inbox.

As shown in Figure 14, the system used for one or more parts of implementing exemplary computer system comprises the computing equipment of such as computing equipment 500 grade.In its most basic configuration, computing equipment 500 generally includes at least one processing unit 502 and memory 504.Depend on exact configuration and the type of computing equipment, memory 504 can be volatibility (as RAM), non-volatile (as ROM, flash memory etc.) or both certain combinations.This most basic configuration is illustrated by dotted line 506 in fig. 14.

Additionally, equipment 500 also can have additional features/functionality.Such as, equipment 500 also can comprise additional storage (removable and/or irremovable), includes but not limited to disk, CD or tape.Such additional storage is illustrated by removable storage 508 and irremovable storage 510 in fig. 14.Computer-readable storage medium comprises the volatibility and non-volatile, removable and irremovable medium that realize for any method or technology that store such as computer-readable instruction, data structure, program module or other data etc.Memory 504, removable storage 508 and irremovable storage 510 are all the examples of computer-readable storage medium.Computer-readable storage medium includes but not limited to, RAM, ROM, EEPROM, flash memory or other memory technologies, CD-ROM, digital versatile disc (DVD) or other optical storages, cassette, tape, disk storage or other magnetic storage apparatus or can be used for storing information needed and any other medium can accessed by equipment 500.Any such computer-readable storage medium can be a part for equipment 500.

Computing equipment 500 comprises the one or more communication connections 514 allowing computing equipment 500 to communicate with other computers/applications 515.Equipment 500 also can have the input equipment 512 of such as keyboard, mouse, pen, voice-input device, touch input device etc.The output equipment 511 of such as display, loud speaker, printer etc. can also be comprised.These equipment are known in the art and without the need to discussing in detail herein.In one implementation, what computing equipment 500 comprised in the assembly of mobile device communication system 100 is part or all of.

Although with this theme of architectural feature and/or the special language description of method action, be appreciated that subject matter defined in the appended claims is not necessarily limited to above-mentioned specific features or action.On the contrary, above-mentioned specific features and action are as disclosed in the exemplary forms realizing claim.Fall within all equivalents in the scope of the spirit of the realization described by described herein and/or claims, change and correction all to expect to be protected.

Such as, computer software fields those of ordinary skill will be recognized, the example that this place is discussed can differently organize to comprise less or more option or feature than what describe in these examples on one or more computers.

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1. a computer implemented method, comprising:
When the communication information occurs to change on the mobile apparatus, perform simultaneous operation to store by the data that the described communication information from described mobile device upgrades on described server by server, the relatively described mobile device of described simultaneous operation wirelessly performs;
Described server the user of standalone computing device and described mobile device are checked dividually and access be stored in described data store in the communication information from described mobile device, thus the user of described standalone computing device can be followed up the communication activity occurred on described mobile device, wherein said server is positioned at the long-range of described standalone computing device and described mobile device, and described mobile device is physically located in another place away from described standalone computing device; And
Described server enables the user of described standalone computing device from the operation the described mobile device of the long-range initiation of described standalone computing device, wherein said user can comprise from the operation the described mobile device of the long-range initiation of described standalone computing device and sending for by described mobile device the response of the text message being directed to described mobile device, and from described mobile device route and dial to third-party call.
2. computer implemented method as claimed in claim 1, is characterized in that, the communication information can accessed by the user of described standalone computing device comprises the one or more text messages sending to described mobile device.
3. computer implemented method as claimed in claim 2, is characterized in that, described text message is SMS message.
4. computer implemented method as claimed in claim 2, is characterized in that, described text message is the MMS message comprising one or more multimedia object.
5. computer implemented method as claimed in claim 1, is characterized in that, the communication information can accessed by the user of described standalone computing device comprises the one or more missed calls on described mobile device.
6. computer implemented method as claimed in claim 1, is characterized in that, the communication information can accessed by the user of described standalone computing device comprises the call history of the one or more callings on described mobile device.
7. send a method for text message for being initiated through mobile device from standalone computing device, said method comprising the steps of:
Receive the message details about text message, described message details is inputted by the user of standalone computing device, and described text message will be sent by mobile device;
Described text message is placed in server side outbox synchronous with described mobile device with prompting, wherein server is positioned at the long-range of described standalone computing device and described mobile device, and described mobile device is physically located in another place away from described standalone computing device; And
Described text message is synchronized to the outbox of described mobile device downwards by described server by the wireless connections with described mobile device, described text message is made to be sent by described mobile device thus, just as described user directly keys in described text message on described mobile device.
8. method as claimed in claim 7, it is characterized in that, described message details comprises the telephone number of the target receiver of described text message.
9. method as claimed in claim 8, it is characterized in that, described message details also comprises the text message of the telephone number that will be sent to described target receiver.
10. method as claimed in claim 7, is characterized in that, further comprising the steps of:
The copy of described text message is stored in server side and has sent in project folder by described server.
11. methods as claimed in claim 7, it is characterized in that, described text message is SMS message.
12. methods as claimed in claim 7, is characterized in that, described text message is the MMS message also comprising one or more multimedia object.
13. 1 kinds, for the method using standalone computing device to carry out to be initiated by mobile device remote dial, be said method comprising the steps of:
Receive the input of the telephone number will called out by mobile device from the mark of the user of standalone computing device;
Server is connected to described mobile device and makes described mobile device start dialing procedure to call out third party, wherein said server is positioned at the long-range of described standalone computing device and described mobile device, and described mobile device is physically located in another place away from described standalone computing device;
Described server safeguards the connection with described mobile device and described standalone computing device simultaneously;
Described server receives one or more packet for being sent to described standalone computing device from described mobile device, and the one or more packets received from described mobile device comprise described third-party speech; And
Described server sends one or more packet for being sent to described third party to described mobile device, and the one or more packets being sent to described mobile device comprise the speech of the user of described standalone computing device.
14. methods as claimed in claim 13, is characterized in that, further comprising the steps of:
Described server repeats described maintenance, transmission and repeats step until stop described calling.
15. methods as claimed in claim 13, it is characterized in that, described telephone number is directly inputted by described user.
16. methods as claimed in claim 13, is characterized in that, described telephone number is selected to pass through procedure Selection during telephone number the list of described user from described third-party one or more telephone number.
17. methods as claimed in claim 13, it is characterized in that, another place described is the country different from the country that described mobile device is physically located in.
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